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Springfield Ramblers Match Reports 29th August

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U11 Div 2

Springfield Ramblers 5 Passage United 1

This was a great opener to the season for Springfield Ramblers Under 11 Division 2 team against a strong Passage side. There were two great goals from Sean O’Reilly and a superb hat-trick scored by Raymond Roche. Steven Burke in goal had a great game as had the defence in front of him. Well done to all the lads who worked hard all over the pitch and fully deserved their win.

U13 Premier

Springfield Ramblers 4 Strand United 0

Springfield Ramblers began the new season with a very good win at home to Strand United. The goals were scored by Cian McNamara (2), Rob Hughes & Robbie O’Flynn.

U15 Division 1

Tramore Athletic 1 Springfield Ramblers 5

SUN AUGUST 29

U11 Div 6

Springfield Ramblers A 2 Midleton A 6

U11 Div 7

Springfield Ramblers B 1 Buttevant A 0

Springfield Ramblers B beat Buttevant 1-0 in what was a great start to our first 11-aside U11 Division 7 league game. Great credit must go to the whole team who played brilliantly. The goal was scored by Josh O’Mahony, and in truth it could have been a lot more. We even hit the post with a great run and shot from Luke Quinn. Here’s to the next game.

U12 Premier

Ballincollig 0 Springfield Ramblers 3

Springfield Ramblers got their season off to a great start in this Under 12 Premier League away to Ballincollig. The goals came from Adam Horgan & Charlie Fleming. Best on the day were Conor Hughes, Calvin Geasley & Davey Coffey. Next up is a home tie against Carragaline.

U14 Premier

Springfield Ramblers  Carrigaline United

Postponed.

U16 Premier

Ballincollig 0 Cobh Ramblers 1

Cobh Ramblers Under 16 Premier League team opened their new league campaign with a valuable away win at Regional Park, Ballincollig. Cobh Ramblers dominated possession throughout the first half but had only one goal to show for their efforts at the break. The goal came from a great move which was started and finished by Dave Cahill. Receiving the ball in the midfield area he passed to right back Adam Thompson who made ground down the wing before delivering a great cross in to the penalty area. Cahill had continued his run and he killed the cross with a great first touch before rifling the ball in off the foot of the post to give the Ballincollig goalkeeper no chance.

Though Ramblers enjoyed the majority of the possession in the second half they failed to increase their lead. Any inroads made by Ballincollig were ably dealt with by the back four of man of the match Adam Thompson, Brendán Frahill, Marc Wyatt and Paul Ronan.

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